The Revivalists will join The Rolling Stones‘ North American ‘No Filter‘ tour as guest artists in Jacksonville on Friday, July 19th at TIAA Bank Field. For tickets and information, please visit www.rollingstones.com.
The chart-topping New Orleans eight-piece’s soulful alt-rock anthems translate into a live firepower during their renowned live shows, complete with soaring pedal steel guitar, pounding percussion, irresistible horns and charismatic frontman David Shaw‘s undeniable voice. The Revivalists had been grinding for 10 years when their now platinum-selling single “Wish I Knew You” took off. Their new studio album Take Good Care (Loma Vista Recordings) captures both the celebratory and cathartic moments that ensued, as heard on songs such as the #1 Triple A and Top 5 Alternative single “All My Friends” and new #1 Triple A and Top 15 Alternative hit single “Change“. Amassing more than 300 million total streams, they were nominated for a Billboard Music Award and two iHeartRadio Music Awards, were named Billboard’s Top New Rock Artist of 2017 and have three years of back-to-back sold out headline tours in their biggest venues to date, including Red Rocks, two back-to-back nights at NYC’s Beacon Theatre, and a recent electrifying hometown set headlining their stage at New Orleans Jazz Fest. The Revivalists’ U.S. headlining tour is currently underway with their summer run includes Willie Nelson’s Outlaw Music Festival, Mountain Jam, ALT 92.3’s Summer Open (with The Lumineers), and LOCKN’ Festival. Please visit www.therevivalists.com for more info.
The Revivalists are: David Shaw [lead vocals, guitar], Zack Feinberg [guitar], Andrew Campanelli [drums], George Gekas [bass], Ed Williams [pedal steel guitar], Rob Ingraham [saxophone], Michael Girardot [keyboard, trumpet], and PJ Howard [drums, percussion].
The Rolling Stones will make stops in 15 cities across the US and Canada. The tour follows last year’s NO FILTER dates that have taken Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood back out on the road amassing rave reviews as they played to sold out stadiums throughout the UK and Europe.